Re: AC-97 audio and MC-97 modem?
External modem is always better just because You have something to look on and
it is compatible with just everything.
AC-97 audio I'm just fighting by myself, even the OSS did not work as expected.
But since I'm traveling I dont do anything till Friday.
On Mon, 13 Nov 2000, Thomas J. Hamman wrote:
> I'm going to be upgrading my computer soon, most likely with a
> motherboard with a KX133 (with an Athlon) or a KT133 (with a Duron or
> Thunderbird) chipset.
> Does anyone have any experience with those chipsets/CPUs in Debian? Are
> there any problems with them?
> And, specifically, since all the motherboards I'm finding have only one
> ISA slot, and I have two ISA cards (an SB AWE64 soundcard and a very
> reliable internal 56k modem), I'm curious about the on-board "AC-97
> audio" and "MC-97 modem". Does anyone know if they work in Linux? If
> they do work, are they reliable? Or are they flaky enough that I would
> be better off grabbing an Ensoniq for sound or an external modem?
> (I hate having to ask this here, but I can't find them on any hardware
> compatibility lists.)
> Thanks for any advice.
> "I myself know nothing, except just a little, enough to extract an
> argument from another who is wise and to receive it fairly."
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